To enjoy the benefits of your Smart TV, you’ll definitely need to have your broadband Internet connection available. You should check with your ISP to ensure that you have enough bandwidth to have an enjoyable streaming experience because trying to watch your favorite TV show won’t be as fun if the content constantly buffers.
Wired or Wireless
Next, you will need to decide whether your Smart TV will need to be connected directly to your broadband modem, router, or device via a wired Ethernet connection or if you can connect via an available Wi-Fi connection in your home or office. Make sure to have any cables on hand (i.e. Ethernet, HDMI, etc.) that are needed. Consult with your manufacturer’s guide for specifics.
You can then follow the instructions for your Smart TV on being able to establish Internet connectivity. Following are connection tips for common Smart TVs: